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The Academy of Political Science (APS), founded in 1880, promotes objective, scholarly analyses of political, social, and economic issues. Through its conferences and publications APS provides analysis and insight into both domestic and foreign policy issues.

Due to its well established effort to provide analysis on domestic and foreign affairs, the Academy enjoys a special prestige among the many institutions, committees and think tanks devoted to the exploration and exposition of public policy. More important than mere longevity are the depth and breadth of intellectual competence that the Academy's members bring to their chosen fields. Furthermore, there is the assurance that all publications of the Academy are not shaped by ideological or partisan considerations.

Additional Materials from Academy of Political Science: Working Papers | Journals: Political Science Quarterly † | Journals: Elections Today | Journals: Democracy at Large


Title: American Hegemony: Preventive War, Iraq, and Imposing Democracy
Authors: Demetrios James Caraley
Date: April 2004

Title: September 11, Terrorist Attacks and U.S. Foreign Policy
Authors: Demetrios James Caraley, Robert Jervis
Date: August 2002

Title: The Truman Doctrine of Aid to Greece
Authors: Demetrios James Caraley, Eugene T. Rossides
Date: January 1998

Title: American Leadership, Ethnic Conflict, and the New World Politics
Authors: Robert J. Art, Michael N. Barnett, Glenn Chafetz, Robert A. Dahl, Alexander J. Groth, G. John Ikenberry, Rita Jalali, Robert Jervis, Seymour Martin Lipset, Donald Rothchild, John Gerard Ruggie, Yossi Shain
Date: January 1997